Monday, April 16, 2012

Nice Energy Of Magnetic Plans

Some cool energy of magnetic Function:

Question by L: How do you locate the magnetic power?
Suppose that the magnetic power stored in an inductor is two. X 10^-three J when the present in this inductor is 30 A. What will be the magnetic energy of the very same inductor if the existing is 60 A? What will it be if the current is 90 A?

Ideal answer:
Answer by Sturm VogelMagnetic power (U) is equal to (1/two)*L*I^two, where L is the inductance and I is the present. Let us begin off by

Tesla Energy Device

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